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Best books for defensive signals/agreements?

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Posted 2014-November-20, 22:50

Hi - I've used Marshall Miles' excellent 1995 "Defensive Signals" in the past, which has an in-depth discussion on leads, signals, midgame inferences, and other defensive agreements like which card to play when splitting honors and when to false-card partner.

What other books can people recommend along these lines? Prefer books focussed more on agreements rather than simply attitude signals.

My partner and I are experts and are looking to firm up our defensive agreements, so no beginner books please.
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Posted 2014-November-20, 23:35

I agree with this.
I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones -- Albert Einstein
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Posted 2014-November-22, 06:19

Those look fantastic - thank you
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